Done is better than perfect. Instead of trying to write and re-write a single article, write five first drafts and publish them all.
There might be a few typos.
Some people will freak out.
Most will not.
The important part is getting your message out.
I have a different view of Medium than most. I look at it like a giant social media platform, where the Tweets are long-form articles.
When you live in a world of endless content, you can either spend your time getting better with the next story, or polishing a single story that only a small handful of people will see.
I’ve written almost 1,000 Medium stories in a year and a half. I’ve never outlined a single one. If I outlined and drafted I probably would’ve quit long-ago.
These stories aren’t permanent like a book. I’d suggest getting your message out, then immediately starting the next story. If you’ve got a glaring error, someone will point it out and you can always go back and edit.
Done is better than perfect.